Outside on the Fitside: Personal trainer Patrice White gives back with free fitness camp | Lifestyle

If fresh air and sunshine can boost the mood and mind, just imagine what would happen if you dropped exercise into the mix. In commemoration of the country’s reopening, personal trainer Patrice White has decided to host a wellness program she calls Outside on the Fitside. The free fitness camp, which starts tomorrow, April 9, … Read more

TUKHS St. Francis Sports Medicine Tip of the Week: Stretching and flexibility

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – Whether you’re an athlete or just trying to keep fit, flexibility and stretching can improve your mobility, prevent injury, and decrease pain. In our University of Kansas Health System St. Francis sports medicine tip of the week, certified athletic trainer Megan Tetuan shared some ways to approach this aspect of fitness. … Read more

How to Bulletproof Your Knees with 1 Exercise

Can you bulletproof your knees? Knees Over Toes Guy thinks so, and he says you can do it in under five minutes with just one exercise. This is how. Source: Courtesy of CrossFit Inc. How to bulletproof your knees in 5 minutes with 1 exercise: Backward Sled Pull The backward sled pull, also known as … Read more

‘Get used to it’: COVID outbreaks give taste of living with the virus

Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker attend Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite” Broadway opening night at the Hudson Theater on Monday, March 28, in New York. Both Broderick and Parker have tested positive for COVID-19. (Charles Sykes, Invision via AP) Estimated read time: 5-6 minutes WASHINGTON — The US is getting a first glimpse of what … Read more

dr. Anil Nanda demoted at New Jersey medical schools amid accusations of ‘ghost surgeries’ | 3 Investigates

SHREVEPORT, La. — dr. Anil Nanda, the renowned neurosurgeon who left LSU Health Shreveport three years ago amid questions about billing practices for surgical work, on Friday was removed as head of the Departments of Neurosurgery at the two medical schools of Rutgers University in New Jersey. The removal followed allegations of “ghost surgeries.” Nanda … Read more

Suspected Gunman In Roseville Shooting Had Long History Of Mental Health Struggles

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — State investigators say the suspected gunman who fired dozens of rounds at police officers and homes in Roseville on Tuesday night died after being shot by two police officers. Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension named the gunman as 53-year-old Jesse Henri Werling. According to local police, Werling shot at officers … Read more

What Are Vitamins and Why Are They Important?

Getty When you’re young, taking your vitamins is fun — who didn’t love a Flintstones chewable vitamin? Vitamins are crucial for your development when you’re a child and remain essential to your overall health throughout your life. They keep your immune system functioning healthy and keep your body functioning properly. For many, vitamin deficiency is … Read more